What is the opposite of cautious?

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Opposite of using, exercising or showing caution
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“He sometimes tries to do too much, which leads to careless decisions that can result in fumbles and interceptions.”
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Opposite of watchful, especially for danger or disorder
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Opposite of overly cautious in style, lacking creativity or innovation
“With nothing left to lose, he has to employ some risky strategies in order to pull out an unexpected win.”
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Opposite of having, showing, or done with good judgment or sense
“His ideas are obviously foolish, easily disproved, an affront to any reasoning person.”
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Opposite of characterized by economy, frugality, or good management of finances or resources
“In this way, spendthrift borrowers are prevented from abusing the service and falling into the trap of revolving credit.”
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Opposite of lacking in trust
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Opposite of of or relating to the process of selection
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Opposite of hesitant, uncertain, or cautious
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Opposite of cautious and patient
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Opposite of averse to change or innovation and holding traditional values
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Opposite of slow to reveal emotion or opinions
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Opposite of taking place or progressing slowly or by degrees
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Opposite of feeling or showing a resentful suspicion that one's partner is attracted to or involved with someone else
“Whilst I adore his easygoing nature, would it kill him to care at least a little?”
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Opposite of in a careful or cautious manner
“The environment is gradually being ruined by sloppy and haphazard planning.”
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Opposite of choosing not to socialize with, or to reveal thoughts and feelings to, others
“Friends recall him as an extroverted man who regularly socialized with others.”
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Opposite of which has the ability to calculate
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(of an estimate) Opposite of cautiously low in amount or degree
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Opposite of excessively concerned with rules and order, always serious
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Opposite of reluctant to proceed due to doubts or uncertainty
“I wish I was more willing to try new things!”
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